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Adoptive Couple Fears – The Match Meeting

Posted on June 10, 2016
by Kim Laube

For many, meeting new people can cause anxiety and awkwardness, but an adoption match meeting can cause anxiety for even the most outgoing of personalities!  There is so much at stake for everyone that the experience can be a real source of concern for both the birthmother and the possible adoptive parents.  Putting the experience […]

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To Hold Your Baby or Not

Posted on May 18, 2016
by Kim Laube

Once You’ve Decided to Place Your Baby for Adoption There have been several women I’ve assisted who determine not to have contact with their child once he or she is born if they have planned a semi-open or closed adoption.  Generally speaking they have two reasons for making that choice. First, and foremost, the women […]

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Human, without exception!

Pregnancy

Posted on March 17, 2016
by Kim Laube

Subsets of humans have been marginalized throughout human existence but despite all the efforts for personal freedoms, there is still a group being marginalized, being made to feel less than human, and it’s happening in legislatures all over the United States! The vast majority of “Pro-Life” legislation comes with a bitter pill to swallow for […]

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Adoptive Couple Fears – What if the Birth Mother Changes Her Mind?

Posted on February 24, 2016
by Kim Laube

This of all the fears is likely the most debilitating.  It is, of course, the unimaginable.  The worst case scenario – you’ve gone home with a newborn, loved and cared for her for the past few days and then the case worker calls and tells you the birth mother has changed her mind.  She is […]

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What Kind of Woman Allows Her Child to be Adopted??

Pregnancy

Posted on February 22, 2016
by Kim Laube

Selfless, insightful, courageous and hopeful are all words that come to mind as I think about the women I’ve had the honor of serving for the past ten years who placed a child for adoption.  Most of them do not see these attributes in themselves. As a matter of fact, most of them use terms […]

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